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Welcome to the Universe as Sound ~ The Micro/Macro Cosmic Music of Composer Susan Alexjander

“See deep enough, and you see musically;

The heart of Nature being everywhere music, If you can only reach it.”

—Thomas Carlyle

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  • Moth Soundscape


 PORTAL SOUNDSCAPE : Black Holes & White Holes

Sculpture by Rebecca Kamen

Sculpture – Rebecca Kamen

February 17th – July 6th, 2015
National Academy of Science; Washington, D.C. | Website
A collaboration with sculptor Rebecca Kamen

PORTAL SOUNDSCAPE is the story in sound of what happens when two collapsed neutron stars (black holes) orbit around each other and finally merge, transforming on the other side of the singularity point. Sounds are from NASA, Earth, and the microtonal worlds of water and elements. First premiered in Portland, Oregon, November, 2014.


New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival – Portal Performance

New York Electroacoustic Music Festival -  June 22-28, 2015

New York Electroacoustic Music Festival – June 22-28, 2015

June 22-25, 2015
New York
Abrons Art Center
Info : info@nycemf.org | www.nycemf.org

The New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival is dedicated to showcasing the best electroacoustic music and video art from all over the world in New York City, through a multi-day festival. The festival includes electroacoustic music recorded alone in up to eight channels, works involving live electronics, works combining musical instruments or voices with recorded or live electronics, video and multimedia works, and audio and video installations.

Moth Soundscape : Exhibit

Image – Diana Hobson

July 3 – August 8, 2015
Oakland, CA
Vessel Gallery
A collaboration with Diana Hobson

Info : http://www.vessel-gallery.com/exhibits.html.

My soundscape, “Moth,” is featured in a retrospective of Diana Hobson’s work.


ZUVUYA – ongoing project devoted to the health of our ocean

ZUVUYA - Interactive installation by Thais Mazur, video by Lisa Denning, and sound design, Coming On The Backs of Whales, by Susan Alexjander )

Photo – Lisa Denning

ZUVUYA is an ongoing project devoted to the health of our oceans. (Visit the Zuvuya Project Website)

It features the amazing living sculpture, OCEAN, an immersive, interactive installation by Thais Mazur, video (on hanging screens) of life-size whales and dolphins by underwater filmmaker Lisa Denning, and sound design Coming On The Backs of Whales, by Susan Alexjander.

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